TEASER: Joaquin Back On Letterman

Nellie Andreeva

Well, the shaggy beard and the shades are gone as clean-shaven Joaquin Phoenix returned to the scene of the crime with a stint on the Late Show with David Letterman tonight. (Teaser below.) It’s been  1 1/2 years after his out-of-body appearance that turned out to be an act for the … Read More »

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Gasp! Joaquin Phoenix Documentary A Fake

Mike Fleming

Casey Affleck came clean to The New York Times today, admitting that his Joaquin Phoenix meltdown documentary I’m Still Here was in fact a phony piece of performance art. It seems amusing in hindsight that each time Deadline referred to the film in the past few months as a “mockumentary,” the filmmakers and distributor Magnolia Pictures became incensed. This revelation is about as shocking as when Vince McMahon revealed that professional wrestling bouts were prearranged. Read More »

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Joaquin Phoenix Returning To Letterman

Nellie Andreeva

Actor Joaquin Phoenix, whose Feb. 11 2009 visit to the Late Show with David Letterman became a viral hit with some 8 million hits, will return to the CBS talk show on Wednesday, September 22. Phoenix is the subject of the upcoming documentary film, I’m Still Here, directed by actor and … Read More »

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Hot Trailer: ‘I’m Still Here’

Mike Fleming

Magnolia Pictures has released this teaser trailer for I’m Still Here, the Casey Affleck-directed documentary about the peculiar hip-hop adventure of Joaquin Phoenix. The film will be unveiled next month at the Toronto Film Festival, but has anyone heard Phoenix’s supposed hip-hop tunes which interrupted the momentum of a fine … Read More »

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Magnolia Will Platform Joaquin Phoenix Mockumentary By Casey Affleck Sept. 10

Mike Fleming

phoenix_narrowweb__300x453,0Magnolia Pictures has completed an acquisition of I’m Still Here: The Lost Year Of Joaquin Phoenix, the mockumentary that Casey Affleck directed about his brother-in-law’s bizarre transformation from acclaimed actor to debauched hip-hop artist. Magnolia president Eamonn Bowles tells me the … Read More »

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